Digital advertising sometimes gets a bad rap for the expense involved, but there is no denying that, when done correctly, it can bring about powerful results. The thing is digital advertising enables a far wider reach than any form of organic marketing, which is why marketers are so willing to spend on it. The success of digital ads, naturally, depends on how well they are aligned with the needs and wants of the target audience.
Email marketing is a blood sport. In the last 20 years, the only thing that’s changed with email is that good email senders continue to get punished more and more by email service providers. While ISPs and ESPs could totally coordinate if they wanted to, they simply don’t. The result is that there’s an adversarial relationship between the two. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) block Email Service Providers (ESPs)… and then ESPs are forced to block
Moving into 2021, there are some advancements happening in the Digital Asset Management (DAM) industry. In 2020 we witnessed massive changes in work habits and consumer behavior due to covid-19. According to Deloitte, the number of people working from home doubled in Switzerland during the pandemic. There is also reason to believe that the crisis will cause a permanent increase in remote work on a global scale. McKinsey also reports of consumers pushing towards an
Last year was a bumpy ride for marketers, forcing businesses in nearly every sector to pivot or even replace entire strategies in the face of unfathomable circumstances. For many, the most notable change was the impact of social distancing and sheltering in place, which created a huge spike in online shopping activity, even in industries where ecommerce was not previously as pronounced. This shift resulted in a crowded digital landscape, with more organizations vying for consumer